Psalm 146 and Jesus

Notes from my morning worship in the Word The Bible calls us to sing praises to “the LORD,” Yahweh, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and nothing else. The Bible calls us to worship and trust him, and him alone. To trust in princes (v. 3) is wrong. “Princes” here literally means “nobles.” That…

Rapture Charts, Repentance, Revelation, and Jesus

When you read Revelation, what do you see? A lot of you see a wonderful opportunity to chart out the rapture and tribulation.  A lot of you see ways to make countries and dictators into locusts and horses.  A lot of you see fires and earthquakes and floods and global government. Remember what C.S. Lewis…

Weekly Spurgeon

“There were also with Him other little ships.” – Mark 4:36 Jesus was the Lord High Admiral of the sea that night, and His presence preserved the whole convoy. It is well to sail with Jesus, even though it be in a little ship. When we sail in Christ’s company, we may not make sure…

Weekly Spurgeon

This is a day early, but due to the situation that we are dealing with here in Lincoln, I thought I’d post this today.  This is Spurgeon’s meditation on May 3 from Morning and Evening.  How appropriate is this mediation in light of what happened yesterday.  God is still good.  “Therefore we will not fear though the…